Ziggy Alberts announces Ballarat show with support from The Dreggs

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Ziggy Alberts announces Ballarat show with support from The Dreggs

Platinum-selling singer and songwriter Ziggy Alberts is bringing the Rewind Tour to Australian regional shores this September!

Fresh from releasing his latest simple ‘Campfire’, Australian singer-songwriter Ziggy Alberts has announced an intimate headline regional tour for September surrounding his Spring festival performances.

Alberts will kick off his intimate Australian tour in Adelaide on Friday, September 16, before taking to Ballarat on Saturday, September 17, Wanderer Festival in Merimbula on September 24, Wollongong on September 30 and Here Comes The Sun Festival on November 19.

Ziggy Alberts Regional Australian tour dates

Friday, September 16 – Hindley Street Music Hall, Adelaide
Saturday, September 17 – Civic Hall, Ballarat
Saturday, September 24 – Wanderer Music Festival
Friday, September 30 – Unihall, Wollongong
Saturday, November 19 – Here Comes The Sun Festival

Stay up to date with all the epic festivals and events happening in and around the region here.

This tour celebrates the latest single – a blend of few and old – and the forthcoming release of Ziggy’s forthcoming studio album, DANCING IN THE DARK, set to be released on 4 November 2022.

On the REWIND TOUR, fans old and new can anticipate a show full of Alberts’ signature, energetic and captivating stage presence. Be there as he opens his heart to crowds and shares his melodies of adventure, courage and connection. Expect singalongs from his ARIA Top 5 Album searching for freedom, his eagerly awaited release DANCING IN THE DARK, and of course, the fans’ foot-to-the-floor favourites. It’s a show you won’t want to miss.

Joining Alberts on his regional tour will be The Dreggs for Ballarat and Adelaide, and Steph Strings for the show in Wollongong.

The Rewind Tour will also take Alberts to stages in the United Kingdom and Ireland next year, with shows in Brighton, London, Manchester and Dublin, among others.


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A singer-songwriter and author, Alberts’ genuine grassroots story and captivating live performances have seen him deservedly become one of Australia’s leading artists and troubadours. Like the man, his songs are deeply revealing and intimate: explorations of love, friendship and connection with the natural environment.

Founder of his own independent label, Commonfolk Records, and book publishing house, Commonfolk Publishing, Ziggy Alberts has managed to craft what many musicians and authors dream of – the ability to tell a story on their own terms.

With over 1.6 million monthly listeners on Spotify alone, show sizes on the continuous rise and praise from the likes of Billboard Magazine, American Songwriter, Ear Milk and Clash UK, there is no doubt this will be Ziggy Alberts’ year. In 2022, Ziggy was awarded with an APRA for his track Letting Go. He has also earned ARIA Platinum certifications for Laps Around The Sun (Double Platinum), Gone, RunawayHeaven, Love Me Now, Stronger and Four Feet in the Forest (EP) plus, Gold certifications for his Laps Around The Sun album and six tracks in his catalogue.

You can purchase tickets here